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  1. Hello, so I came across this really cool table. The artist says its made from clay and it inspired me to make my own sculptural table!(image linked below) ... I was wondering if someone with more experience than me can recommend what I use/ how to build the form? I've only used foam and magic clay over but I'm guessing this won't be sturdy enough? I'm also thinking air dry clay as I won't be able to find a kiln big enough! Also does anyone know how I can add a glass table top securely onto my sculpture! https://www.instagram.com/p/CKxdlTjnBBg/?utm_medium=copy_link
  2. I have my kiln. I have my clay. Now all I need is a work table. My handy husband is going to build me one, but first I need some advice, please. What material should I make the top of the table out of? I plan to cover it with canvas, which I bought at a ceramics supply. Should I just use plywood? Beaverboard/high density fiberboard? Does anyone use plaster under their canvas, or would that dry out my clay too fast? For the time being, I also have to use my work table as my wedging surface because I don't have enough space for two tables. Any advice is much appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  3. From the album: What I am up to

    One angle of my basement studio. It's not perfect but it works well.
  4. From the album: What I am up to

    Another view of my workspace. From this angle you can see the workbench that I built for my wife.
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